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Access to child and home care providers is provided by Bright Horizons Care Advantage and is available to all postdocs. The cost of membership in this service is paid for by the University of California and is completely free for postdocs. You will simply pay for the services of the caregivers that you hire.

Bright Horizons Care Advantage goes beyond just offering a babysitting service by providing a breadth of locally based child and home care providers. They offer doulas, mother’s helpers, pet sitters, dog walkers, senior companions, tutors and several other types of helpful services. When you register for membership with Bright Horizons Care Advantage, you will have access to all of their available services. Please click on Care Advantage for a brochure with more information on the program. In order to create an account to begin accessing the services available, please click on

Years Ahead is included with the Bright Horizons Care Advantage program, offering access to a nationwide network of providers including in-home companions, home health aids, nursing homes and medical personnel. Please click on Years Ahead to access further details about the program.

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